Glorious-Butterfly.com is a great resource for teachers, parents and kids. Teachers will discover everything they need for a Butterfly Life Cycle Unit in the classroom including butterfly lesson plans, science project ideas, butterfly bulletin board examples, a butterfly life cycle powerpoint, DVD and much more. Parents and kids will find detailed information on how to raise monarch butterflies and attract them to their backyard.
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January 25, 2009 -- From Pat, a reader, from United States, who is not affiliated with the site.
Original articles and pictures covering many North American butterfly species.
February 14, 2008 -- From an anonymous reader, who is not affiliated with the site.
A non-commercial, educational site devoted to educating school-aged children about butterflies. The site includes a butterfly-themed bibliography, jokes, games, quotations, trivia, story starters and more. The site is continually being updated and expanded.
May 5, 2006 -- From Jim Lovett, a reader from Kansas who is affiliated with the site
Monarch Watch is a not-for-profit educational outreach program based at the University of Kansas. We run a Monarch tagging program and offer Monarch Rearing Kits, Monarch Tagging Kits, and other educational materials that allow you to actively experience the Monarch life cycle and its spectacular fall migration.
May 5, 2006 -- From Gina , a teacher from Minneapolis, MN, who is affiliated with the site
Monarch Lab is a comprehensive Web site with extensive information concerning monarch butterfly biology, migration and conservation. Beautiful photos, artwork and poetry make this an exciting site for children.
May 5, 2006 -- From Sheila M. Boone, a reader who is affiliated with the site
The Daniel Boone Butterfly Palace Web site features educational information and vibrant photos of the orange and black Western Monarch butterflies during their annual migration each winter from Canada to the Central Coast of California.
January 28, 2004 -- From William Zittrich, a reader from California, who is affiliated with the site
High quality photographs of the life cycle of the monarch butterfly.